There are too many ways to copy Charts from Excel to PowerPoint. Do it wrong, and the person with your PowerPoint can access the entire Excel Workbook. Ever since Office 2010, I prefer using the Screen Clipping Tool to get a perfect representation of the Chart. This tool is great for copying screenshots from the web or any application into your Excel, Word, or PowerPoint documents. Follow along with Episode #1889 to see it done.
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